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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T23:42:47
2022-05-09T18:55:02 --> 2022-05-09T19:12:15
An eruption of impulsively heated material from AR13004 out over the SW Limb. In 2796 , the eruptive material appears to be undergoing torsion.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T23:31:08
2022-05-09T05:51:58 --> 2022-05-09T07:18:57
A large, undulating peacock tail on the eastern edge of the leading sunspot of AR13004 near the SW limb.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T23:26:41
2022-05-07T11:36:06 --> 2022-05-07T11:49:11
A flare observed near the polarity inversion line of AR13004 that was not classified by GOES. The event is accompanied by several smaller-scale energetic events such as microflares and UV bursts.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T23:17:50
2022-05-07T01:25:57 --> 2022-05-07T02:17:32
An eruption of a broad stream of cool material from an elliptically shaped brightening near the polarity inversion line of AR13004.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T23:10:17
2022-05-06T16:16:46 --> 2022-05-06T16:33:20
A C4.8 flare observed near the polarity inversion line of AR13004.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T22:42:45
2022-05-06T06:16:34 --> 2022-05-06T06:22:27
A flare in AR13004 not classified by GOES. It is characterized by a fairly compact intensification in the Mg II 2796 passband of IRIS. The event was observed with very high cadence.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T22:22:38
2022-05-05T13:45:09 --> 2022-05-05T14:29:13
A GOES M2.7 flare observed in AR13006 near the SE limb. The event produces a long hook-shaped ribbon.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T22:13:52
2022-05-05T01:30:31 --> 2022-05-05T03:51:37
An intermittent jet observed in AR13006 with a bright footpoint complex.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T22:08:33
2022-05-04T19:27:50 --> 2022-05-04T20:20:50
A GOES M1.5 flare observed in AR13006 near the SE limb producing a J-shaped ribbon.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T22:02:23
2022-05-04T13:09:50 --> 2022-05-04T16:49:16
An intermittent jet with a bright footpoint complex located in AR13006.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T21:57:03
2022-05-04T08:55:09 --> 2022-05-04T09:00:09
A GOES M5.7 flare observed in AR13004. The event was energetic enough to be viewed in the red ring of Mg II around 2832 .

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T21:01:32
2022-05-04T00:00:27 --> 2022-05-04T00:56:05
A GOES M5.3 flare observed off-limb from AR13006. The flare produces a large eruption of material as well as a bright, coherent, long-lasting ribbon.

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Detected by Chad Madsen, Submitted at 2022-05-10T20:55:12
2022-05-03T19:10:51 --> 2022-05-03T22:01:32
A persistently flowing jet in AR13006 with a bright footpoint complex.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2022-05-10T16:02:48
2022-05-10T12:40:05 --> 2022-05-10T15:00:29
This flare was preceded by an eruption in AR 13007 toward the east limb. The flare itself was somewhat eruptive but not pronounced in coronal dimming and coronal wave.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2022-05-09T00:48:25
2022-02-11T11:29:59 --> 2022-02-11T13:29:59
Eruptions were observed around the same time from three regions, AR 12941 (north), AR 12943 (south) and a small region between them. All of them were seen to produce coronal waves. See https://www.lmsal.com/hek/her?cmd=view-voevent&ivorn=ivo%3A%2F%2Fhelio-informatics.org%2FCW_NariakiNitta_20220306_004337_0006 .

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2022-05-08T21:10:44
2022-02-06T10:00:06 --> 2022-02-06T16:00:06
Filament eruption in AR 12939, associated with a gradual flare peaked at C3.1. This animation in AIA 304 channel shows a complex trajectory of the erupted filament material. This event resulted in a halo CME (see https://cdaw.gsfc.nasa.gov/movie/make_javamovie.php?img1=lasc2rdf&img2=goesx&stime=20220206_1200&etime=20220206_2100 ).

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2022-05-08T07:34:17
2022-01-20T05:24:59 --> 2022-01-20T07:04:59
This was a big eruption. In particular, the accompanying coronal wave was so strong that it was visible in intensity images. It was already reported as https://www.lmsal.com/hek/her?cmd=view-voevent&ivorn=ivo%3A%2F%2Fhelio-informatics.org%2FCW_NariakiNitta_20220306_004337_0003.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2022-05-08T00:03:04
2022-01-19T10:14:59 --> 2022-01-19T11:14:59
This jet involves the ejection of cool material. The movie is a mixture of 211 and 304 channels.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2022-05-07T22:37:32
2022-01-18T16:59:58 --> 2022-01-18T18:29:58
This eruption was accompanied by only a weak coronal wave. There was an indication of quasi-periodic pulsations in 171 images - this movie is a mixture of 171 and 211, but it does not show the QPPs clearly, perhaps needing difference images. The CME that resulted from this eruption is https://cdaw.gsfc.nasa.gov/movie/make_javamovie.php?img1=lasc2rdf&img2=goesx&stime=20220118_1700&etime=20220118_2200.

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Detected by halocme, Submitted at 2022-05-07T21:53:27
2022-01-17T13:45:05 --> 2022-01-17T15:45:05
Two eruptions were seen. The first one (associated with a C2.8 flare) was in the western part of the region without a clear tracer like a filament, which was clearly seen in the second episode. The first part was associated with a coronal wave (see https://www.lmsal.com/hek/her?cmd=view-voevent&ivorn=ivo%3A%2F%2Fhelio-informatics.org%2FCW_NariakiNitta_20220306_004337_0001).

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